I thought it was fantastic also.
They really captured the sense of scale, power, and danger with the monsters, and Godzilla himself walked the line between destructive and sympathetic beautifully.
It was clear that the filmmakers knew and respected the source material, and they succeeded where the 1998 film so dismally failed in doing justice to Godzilla as a character.
His reveal, his first use of his atomic breath, and his brutal finisher on the female Muto were badass beyond words. Then there was the planes tumbling out of the sky when Muto EMPs San Francisco, the army engaging Godzilla at the Golden Gate Bridge, the stylish archive-footage introduction... so many great scenes.
9/10 movie in my book.
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series X will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.